You won't fail to see a Toyota-badged automobile in any area of Kenya. This is due to it being the most widely used automobile brand in Kenya. Because they are dependable and have a wide variety of spare parts, Toyota cars are a favorite in Kenya. This explains why Toyotas are highly sought-after secondhand in Kenya.
Many Kenyans think that buying a car requires having millions of dollars. This is untrue, though, as Kenya offers a wide selection of affordable vehicles. The Toyota vehicles listed below are available for as little as 150,000 Kenyan shillings.
1. Toyota Starlet.
From April 1973 through July 1999, the Toyota Starlet, a chic hatchback, was manufactured. The Toyota Vitz superseded it after five generations of production. It is a chic car with lots of cargo space. You may purchase a secondhand Toyota Starlet for at least 95,000 Kenyan Shillings because it is no longer being produced.
2. Toyota Duet.
From 1998 until 2004, the Toyota Duet, commonly known as the Daihatsu Storia, was a chic hatchback. It has a front-engine, front-wheel-drive design with two engine choices of 989cc and 1298cc mated to either a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission. A Toyota Starlet in good driving condition will cost approximately Ksh 150,000.
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